Presentations

  • With Jessica Otis, “Name That Book: Identifying Digital Objects During Research and Discovery,” Bibliography Among the Disciplines Conference, Philadelphia, PA. October 2017.
  • “Genealogies of the Text: Digital provenance and early modern drama,” Digitizing the Stage Conference, Bodleian Library, Oxford. July 2017.
  • A Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama, Digital Showcase. SHARP, Victoria, BC. June 2017.
  • “‘I thought it well deseuring my Labor’: Narratives of Print Production in Early Modern Books.” SHARP, Victoria, BC. June 2017.
  • Fishbowl: “Transparent, Reliable, and Consistent: Editorial Practice in the Folgersphere,” Society for Textual Scholarship, MITH, University of Maryland. June 2017.
  • “The ‘I’ in Early Modern Printers’ Epistles: Autobiography and the Cultural Development of a Technology.” RSA, Chicago, IL. March 2017.
  • Panel participant, Research Infrastructure for Early Modern Studies. RSA, Chicago, IL. March 2017.
  • With Elizabeth Williamson, “Documenting Marlowe: affordances and opportunities of digital first editions in the classroom.” MLA, Philadelphia, PA. January 2017.
  • “The Role of the Repository in Book History and Early Modern Scholarly Discussions,” SHARP, Paris. July 2016.
  • Speaker, Folger Digital Agendas 1: New Model Encoding, Renaissance Society of America, Boston. March 2016.
  • Plenary panel speaker, The Great Work Begins: EEBO-TCP in the Wild, Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans. March 2016.
  • Chair, Archival Publics: Tracing Humans / Human Traces in the Archives. Austin, Texas. January 2016.
  • “The Library as Collaborator: The Folger’s EEBO-TCP Project Landscape.” MLA, Austin, Texas. January 2016.
  • Lifecycles of Digital Humanities Projects: A Plenary Roundtable. Sixteenth Century Society & Conference, Vancouver, BC. October 2015.
  • “Adapting ‘to the Reader’: Depictions of Textual Production in Sixteenth-Century Adaptations of Lydgate.” SHARP, Montreal. July 2015.
  • Co-presenter, with Abbie Weinberg, “‘O wiki’d wit and gifts, that have the power / So to seduce!’: Creating a Public Collaborative Digital Space for a Special Collections Environment” at the University of San Diego Digital Initiatives Symposium, San Diego, CA, April 2015 and ACRL-NEC, Worcester, MA, May 2015 (same title, slightly different talks).
  • Respondent, From Drama to DH: Innovative Methods for Teaching British History and Literature Panel. MACBS, Baltimore, MD. March 2015.
  • Chair,  Bibliography and Textual Criticism Panel. South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2014.
  • “International Gatherings: Fragmented News and Recombinant Armada Texts.” Renaissance Society of America, New York City. March 2014.
  • Secretary, “Editorial, Biographical, and Biological Interventions in Networks of Print”: Bibliography and Textual Criticism Panel. South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2013.
  • “‘In what termes England standeth in the Opinion of the Catholiques’: Depicting English Catholic Loyalty After the Armada.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2013.
  • “‘The Printer to the Reader’: Spinning the Spanish Armada.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Durham, North Carolina. November 2012.
  • “‘By Examples Passed in this Realme:’ Narratives of Print Production in The Mirror for Magistrates.” The Book Through Time, Merton College, Oxford. June 2012.
  • “Printing the Armada: The Literary Footprint of an International Event.” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Dallas, Texas. October 2009.
  • Chair, Panel on “Contesting Definitions of Nation” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Dallas, Texas. October 2009.
  • “‘Court occasion that she may be ready’: Bawdy Politics and Political Bodies in The Island Princess,” Navigating the Body: Mapping, Spaces, and Embodiment Conference, the University of Virginia. March 2009.
  • “The Shape of Anonymity: Projections of Authorship in Mary Astell’s Rhetoric” at Projection: Speculating on Presence, Absence, and Nonsense Conference, City University of New York. March 2009.

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